Move to the Beat of London 2012
This exclusive behind-the-scenes documentary follows award-winning DJ and producer Mark Ronson around the globe as he visits five Olympic athletes and turns the sounds of their sports into “Anywhere In The World,” Coca-Cola’s® anthem for the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Mark’s orchestra is made up of David Oliver (110m hurdler from the United States); Kseniya Vdovina (400m sprinter from Russia); Dayyan Jaffar (archer from Singapore); Maria Espinoza (Taekwondo athlete from Mexico); and Darius Knight (table tennis player from Great Britain). The song also features vocals from pop superstar Katy B.
Download “Anywhere In The World” under Mark’s Downloads here.
Directed by Kim Gehrig
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About Mark Ronson
Superstar producer Mark Ronson made headlines working with artists from Jay-Z to Amy Winehouse. Now a celebrity in his own right, Mark was voted the most stylish man in the UK by GQ magazine, and has produced some of the world’s most popular tracks. His hits cross genres, ranging from polished pop to R&B to punk rock.
About the Film
Move to the Beat™ is a global campaign designed to bring young people closer to the Olympic Games — and to sport in general — by harnessing teens’ passion for music and drawing inspiration from London’s rich musical heritage.
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Mark Ronson is taking your questions in an exclusive Move to the Beat Q&A session! Submit your question below and check back soon to see Mark’s responses.
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Was it hard to incorporate all the different sounds? Or did the song just write itself?